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The old stacking blocks are still there at the base of Block Top. Photo: Joe Puryear 2008
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By J. Broussard
From: CordryCorner
Jan 6, 2012
Were they used for protection or standing on? How were they racked?
By Bryan Ferguson
From: Castle Rock
Feb 16, 2012
The blocks were used for both direct aid and protection. I stacked them with big tricams, bongs and home made number 6 "Friends". I got really scared but in hindsight, I think each placement was pretty solid. Well, so long as they were weighted... Racked 'em just like nuts - they are drilled for slings.
By Bryan Ferguson
From: Castle Rock
Jun 13, 2012
Was that helpful, Jeffeos?
By J. Broussard
From: CordryCorner
Oct 11, 2012
More than helpful. Look back to my original query; I must have been feeling silly that day.

None the less, awesome to hear of how your used them blocks aside from the obvious fact they served as protection.
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The old stacking blocks are still there at the base of Block Top. Photo: Joe Puryear 2008

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